Canadian rapper Drake recently released two new songs. One of the songs, "God's Plan", is currently topping the Billboard Hot 100 chart and has sold more than 127,000 copies in the first week.
This song is a trap track and it is about Drake's success. He says that he has been able to overcome all the obstacles and problems that were placed in his way. He also mentions that the Almighty has helped him withstand all the haters and people who wish a lot of bad things for him.
The music video of this song was directed by Karena Evans, a protege of Director X and hails from Toronto, Canada like Drizzy. In the video, Drizzy visits a high school in Miami and makes a donation. He also laced the students with fresh uniforms and took them on a tour of his OVO offices.
During the shoot, almost all of the $1 million budgeted for the video was given away to charity. The money was distributed to a variety of organizations, including the Miami Fire Rescue Department and the Lotus House of Miami.
A 63-year-old Haitian woman was also treated by Drake to a spa day, steak dinner and shopping spree. She was inspired by a story in the Miami Herald about her difficult commute to work, which could take up to three hours per day.
The video shows a positive mood, with participants smiling and dancing in happiness. It also demonstrates the fact that adverse events can be overcome, even by powerful and wealthy people. The video may encourage other artists to contribute to social causes as well.